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Desert Mob is Alive and Doing Rather Well

Guest post by Glenn Manser  [Note: Glenn first reached out to me in January 2006, about three months after I started this blog.  Since then he has been a faithful correspondent, exchanging perspectives on trends in Aboriginal art, the performance … Continue reading

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Desert Mob 2014: A Photographic Gallery

Lots of people wait all year to go to Alice Springs for Desert Mob.  I, sadly must rely on the kindness of–well not strangers–but rather old friends who bring Desert Mob to me.  Thanks to their generosity, I can now … Continue reading

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Desert Mob Update

Thanks once more to Stephen Williamson for sending me a link to Desart’s online presentation of the works in this year’s Desert Mob exhibition.  To my knowledge this is a first: the chance to see the entire show, with prices, … Continue reading

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Photos from Desert Mob 2013

September has returned once again and along with the first stirrings of spring in Australia, there’s plenty of color to be had at Desert Mob 2013.  Some photographs have begun to appear on Facebook pages, including this set from the … Continue reading

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Time for Desert Mob Again

Click on the images to see them larger (readable).  Highlights of the symposium on Friday.  More to follow in a couple of days.

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Meanwhile, Back at Desert Mob

This gallery contains 33 photos.

Desert Mob 2012 opened last weekend in Alice Springs and seems poised to maintain its reputation as the premier show of the season.  There’s a good review by Kieran Finnane of the symposium that kicked things off on September 7 … Continue reading

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Desert Mob 2011

Curators, journalists, and visitors, even the ABC (“Desert Mob sales strong“), have all pronounced the 2011 edition of Desert Mob a resounding success, and I can find no reason to disagree with them.  This year there are 33 art centres … Continue reading

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